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Academic Senate of Rochester Institute of Technology
Thursday, November 16, 2017 12:00 - 1:50 P.M. Room : Slaughter Hall (CIMS)/ 2230-2240
|1||12:00||Call to Order||Chiavaroli|
|2||12:02||Communication Officer's Report (Minutes)||A||Ruhling|
|3||12:05||Executive Committee Report||I||Chiavaroli||Constituencies Information Questions/Comments|
|4||12:15||Robert's Rule of the Week||I||Johnson|
|5||12:20||Ombuds Office Update||I||Twyman1|
|6||12:30||Membership on Committees||A||Chiavaroli|
|7||12:50||SRATE Motion and Charge||I/D/A||Chiavaroli||Report results and open for any late comments|
|8||1:10||Policy D01.4, The General Education Framework||A||
Level: I = Information, D = Discussion, A = Action
- Lee Twyman, RIT Ombudsperson
- Sylvia-Perez Hardy, ICC Chair
- Elizabeth Hane, General Education Committee
B02.0 CHARTER OF ACADEMIC GOVERNANCE ARTICLE IV. THE ACADEMIC SENATE
4.1 The Academic Senate shall be the legislative and representative agency of the faculty.
4.2 The Senate is empowered to formulate legislation in areas of academic policy affecting more than one college of the university (cf. Article III, 3.1, above). The legislative decisions of the Senate are submitted to the provost for further action.
4.4 The Senate shall act upon other resolutions, recommendations, or proposals submitted by the faculty of any college, department, or committee of the Senate and pertaining to the academic governance or the general welfare of the university.
4.5 The Senate may enact and amend its own bylaws.